Ghanaian Movies That Made Their Way To Netflix


Netflix, a global online film streaming platform has always supported quality and original content produced around the world by filmmakers and directors. Ghanaian movies are no different.

The streaming platform has over the years been building its Ghanaian collection, however, it’s sad that very few Ghanaian movies have made it to the platform as compared to our sister African countries.

Internet users grew and the number of Netflix downloads surged beyond doubt due to the global pandemic that struck and compelled nations into lockdown.

It was indeed a good time to have your content on the movie streaming website, and more advantageous for the Ghanaian movies on Netflix.

Making the list of our binge-watch, here is a number of Ghanaian-produced movies that made their way to Netflix in no particular order.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera created a distinctive hue figure between two groups living within the same community but separated by a hem initiated by a long-standing historical dispute. love creeps but is it enough to transcend the line that separates them?


In an interesting drama, an expectant couple determined to give birth in a faraway town find themselves stranded after missing their train to get there.

Potato Potahto

A divorced couple who were bent on flexing their egos and scoring points decide to cohabit in their ex-matrimonial home but realized that their scheme unravels emotions and inflames old wounds.

The Perfect Picture: 10 Years Later

This is a drama sequel From Shirley Frimpong’s Perfect Picture produced some decade ago, with a pinch of twist and intrigue. this sequel talks about three friends who are saddled with more issues in their not-so-fairy-tale relationships, flawed husbands to shaky finances, and romantic exploits that test a close circle of friends who must lean on one another.

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